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No - the power supply expects 100-240 VAC and lists the current draw as 1.5 A which seems quite high for the heat it puts out, but perhaps with several USB drives connected and max power it gets even half that usage in real life. You certainly can take DC power from POE using a splitter, but those all seem to provide 1A at 12 VDC which is a far cry short of ...


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Set DisconnectOnLogout=NO: sudo /Sy*/L*/Priv*/Apple8*/V*/C*/R*/airport en1 prefs DisconnectOnLogout=NO Replace en1 with the interface number of your AirPort card, if it's different.


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Yes, it does. See this article on ifixit.com for instance.


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Unfortunately you can't use your Macbook to extend your wireless network in this way. It seems to only be able to connect to an existing Wi-Fi network or create its own. It can't extend an existing Wi-Fi. Three options are: 1) Purchase a Thunderbird to Ethernet adapter so you can connect the Macbook to the network over ethernet and then share the ethernet ...


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It might be your WiFi hardware, but you can test it using following steps to manualy onnect: Manually connect to WiFi Turn On networksetup -setairportpower en0 on Find /System/Library/PrivateFrameworks/Apple80211.framework/Versions/A/Resources/airport scan Connect networksetup -setairportnetwork en0 WIFI_SSID_I_WANT_TO_JOIN WIFI_PASSWORD If above ...


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Open the "Keyboard" System Preferences ("Keyboard" from spotlight) Click on the "Shortcuts" tab. Click on "App Shortcuts" in the bottom of the list on the left. Click the "+" below the list on the right and add the following shortcuts: a. iTunes, Increase Volume, fn+command+F12 (or whatever you want) b. iTunes, Decrease Volume, fn+command+F11 (or whatever ...


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ILIV, Yes, there is definitely some sort of problem with OS X in regards to DHCP and DNS. I thought it might have something to do with my having loaded Wireshark but I uninstalled wireshark and then reinstalled OS X and there was no change. DHCP simply does not work on my MacbookAir not my MacBook Pro. I have scoped the DHCP problem and see the same ...


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I often use the smaller Airport cable to power the Mac power adapter without having a ground and you can safely do the opposite as long as you get a firm connection and support the AirPort hardware if the plug extends lower than the bottom of the device.


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Hard reset Press and hold the reset button with a pen, pencil, or straightened **paperclip until you see the status light (LED) start to flash amber rapidly**, which should occur after about five seconds. Release the button and the device will reset. Wait about a minute for the base station to finish restarting, then open AirPort Utility from Applications ...


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OS X 10.9.4 fixes a long-standing bug in Mavericks related to wi-fi connections coming out of sleep. http://support.apple.com/kb/HT6281?viewlocale=en_US&locale=en_US



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